Google made a very public show of walking out while not actually accusing the Chinese government of anything -- in all, nicely played.
Once again Facebook is involved in a privacy imbroglio, and once again it's because boy-founder Mark Zuckerberg opened his yap and stuck his Keds-clad foot inside.
The sci-fi future that was promised to be here by 2010 hasn't really arrived. Two exceptions? Roxxxy the sex robot and the InterWebs
What's the most overhyped tech on display in Vegas this week? A look back at 2009 offers some clues.
Can Google free us from the headlock our wireless carriers have got us in? Maybe. But it'll take more than one phone to do it.
Will Google still dominate the Web? Will Microsoft even exist? Here's what the tech world might look like a decade from now.
What do Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and AT&T have in common? They all brought low comedy to high tech this year.
My post last week about how AT&T treats its customers like losers got quite a rise out of readers. It even provoked a response from AT&T itself.
It's baa-aack. The Web tablet that lived and died as the CrunchPad is reborn as the 'JooJoo.' Interesting? Yes -- but would you pay $499 for one?